A Recipe for Corporate Success

by Ken Rogers & Errol Chadwick

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/3/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7.5x9.25
Page Count : 506
ISBN : 9781982294342
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 506
ISBN : 9781982294359

About the Book

Ken Rogers and Errol Chadwick draw on their decades of experience as executive managers, and as consultants to large corporations in this guide to achieving enduring corporate success. Drawing on their experience with the executives of hundreds of companies across multiple continents, they conclude that with rare exceptions, corporations tend to preserve the status quo – even when it is manifestly not working. But by following the recipe in this guide, corporate leaders will be able to: self audit their corporation’s capability to continuously succeed; bolster corporate strategic planning; promote financial discipline throughout the organization; navigate human resources and performance management; motivate employees to succeed; maintain an enviable corporate climate. The recipe they share—once implemented—will enable a corporation to avoid significant non-productive costs, judicial penalties, and reputational damage. It allows a corporation to remain relevant, cost effective, and operationally efficient. Whether you’re a top executive or aspiring to serve in that role, the recipe outlined in this guide will help and direct you toward achieving synergies, accomplish corporate objectives, and drive value, and regularly record and report on progress.

About the Author

Ken Rogers, a native of Longreach, central Queensland, served as an officer in the Australian Army and retired from the Officer Corps in 1998 with the rank of captain. He earned a bachelor’s degree in science and is a Paul Harris Fellow. He has worked in private enterprise and the public sector and has served on numerous boards. He has been a member of and chair of numerous advisory committees at the state and federal level. Errol Chadwick attended Auckland University before relocating to Australia, where he became a marketing consultant. After several assignments for a European based multinational, he commenced practice in London, providing multinational marketing advice. After completing assignments in more than fifty countries, he returned to Australia and became principal of Chadwick and Associates, providing organization development and corporate restructuring advice to, and mentoring chief executives and their executive teams.